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The Mercedes W196 Silver Arrow 1954 is a stunning sports car from the 1950's. It is based on the real-world Formula 1 roadsters of that era, and sports its hydraulic clutch and four-wheel drive from the AMG automaker. The Mercedes W 196 Silver Arrow is one of just three roadsters to feature an automatic transmission in the history of auto racing and has been fully restored by the AMG company. The Mercedes W 196 Silver Arrow is the most complete example of what a sporty little car should be, and sports its own twin-stick shift knob and push-buttonbutton paddle which enable it to shift gears quickly and easily. As it is the only street legal due to its V12 engine and limited suspension, it is also one of the easiest and cheapest Mercedes-Benz vehicles to get, and you can enjoy it in the comfort of your home or anywhere that you can hook up a car battery and charger.
Designed by the legendary Mario Schmidberger Mercedes W196 Silver Arrow is a high-performance roadster that features the benefits of a conventional AMG Mercedes. It has a very sleek and aerodynamic body with two powerful diamond-shaped headlights. This car is also one of the few models in the Silver Arrow line-up to feature an electric motor, which is derived from the same technological foundation of the AMG Turbo. In addition, it has a twin-stick-shift system for gear changes and is also fitted with a six-speakers stereo system, a very generous nine-volt battery, and is even eligible for some discount car insurance.
The Silver arrow has been immortalized by its first ever race in Italy and has gone on to race around the world, winning four out of five races. As an official touring car of the prestigious motorsport it was given its name in part because of its low profile, and high-speed capabilities, as well as its naturally aerodynamic body design. It is a car that every enthusiast of the exotic should have.